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2012Accreditation Pathways for Accounting Programs in Australia: Changes to the Regulatory EnvironmentFreeman, Mark; Hancock, Phil; AccountingAccreditation Pathways for Accounting Programs in Australia: Changes to the Regulatory Environment, Academic Leadership series, volume 3: Emerging Pathways for the Next Generation of Accountants, vol.3, N/A, 2012,pp 73-84
2006Anonymity and in-class learning: The case for electronic response systemsBlayney, Paul; Freeman, Mark; Ginns, Paul; Accounting; Accounting; School of Education and Social Work Research OperationsAnonymity and in-class learning: The case for electronic response systems, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (Online), vol.22, 4, 2006,pp 568-580
2006Anonymity and in-class learning: The case for electronic response systemsBlayney, Paul; Freeman, Mark; Ginns, Paul; Accounting; Accounting; School of Education and Social Work Research OperationsAnonymity and in-class learning: The case for electronic response systems, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (Online), vol.22, 4, 2006,pp 568-580
2003Automated marking of individualised spreadsheet assignments: the impact of different formative self-assessment optionsBlayney, Paul; Freeman, Mark; Accounting; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessAutomated marking of individualised spreadsheet assignments: the impact of different formative self-assessment options, 7th International Computer Assisted Assessment Conference, vol.1,(),2003,pp 45-63
2011A Brave New World: Australian Learning Outcomes in Accounting EducationFreeman, Mark; Hancock, Phil; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessA Brave New World: Australian Learning Outcomes in Accounting Education, Accounting Education, vol.20, 3, 2011,pp 265-273
2008Building community in academic settings: the importance of flexibility in a structured mentoring programBarrie, Simon; Bell, Amani; Ewing, Robyn; Freeman, Mark; O'Connor, Donna; Sykes, Christopher; Waugh, Frances; Institute Teaching and Learning; Institute Teaching and Learning; School Development & Learning; Accounting; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - Research; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - ResearchBuilding community in academic settings: the importance of flexibility in a structured mentoring program, Mentoring and Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, vol.16, 3, 2008,pp 294-310
2006The case for assessable in-class team-based learningClark, Stephen; Freeman, Mark; McGrath-Champ, Susan; Taylor, Lucy; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Work and Organisational Studies; Institute Teaching & LearningThe case for assessable in-class team-based learning, Uniserve Science The University of Sydney Symposium Proceedings - Assessment in Science Teaching and Learning, September 28, 2006, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp 50-55
2007The challenge of mentoring in academic settings: A pilot studyAhmed nee Bell, Amani; Barrie, Simon; Ewing, Robyn; Freeman, Mark; O'Connor, Donna; Shields, John; Spicer, Paula; Waugh, Frances; Institute Teaching & Learning; Institute Teaching & Learning; School Development & Learning; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - Research; Work and Organisational Studies; Economics Faculty Admin; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - ResearchThe challenge of mentoring in academic settings: A pilot study, AARE 2006. Engaging Pedagogies, vol.N/A,(),2007,pp 1-18
2007A collaborative approach to improving academic honestyClarkeburn, Henriikka; Freeman, Mark; Treleaven, Lesley; International Business; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessA collaborative approach to improving academic honesty in Transforming a university: the scholarship of teaching and learning in practice, University of Sydney Press, 2007, pp. 153-161
2008Developing Intercultural Competence: ALTC Project UpdateFreeman, Mark; Ramburuth, Prem; Sykes, Christopher; Treleaven, Lesley; Fletcher, Marty; Leask, Betty; Ridings, Simon; Simpson, Lyn; Office L&T in Economics & Business; International Business; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessDeveloping Intercultural Competence: ALTC Project Update, HERDSA, vol.30,(3),2008,pp 17-19
2016Does calibration reduce variability in the assessment of accounting learning outcomes?Freeman, Mark; Abraham, Anne; de Lange, Paul; Hancock, Phil; Howieson, Bryan; O’Connell, Brendan; Watty, Kim; AccountingDoes calibration reduce variability in the assessment of accounting learning outcomes?, Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, vol.41, 3, 2016,pp 331-349
2012Engaging with Graduate Attributes through Encouraging Accurate Student Self-AssessmentFreeman, Mark; Treleaven, Lesley; Lawson, Romy; Rohde, F; Simpson, Le; Taylor, Tracy; Thompson, Darrall; Accounting; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessEngaging with Graduate Attributes through Encouraging Accurate Student Self-Assessment, Asian Social Science, vol.8, 4, 2012,pp 3-12
2007Factors affecting educational innovation with in class electronic response systemsAhmed nee Bell, Amani; Blayney, Paul; Comerton-Forde, Carole; Freeman, Mark; Pickering, Joanne; Institute Teaching & Learning; Accounting; Finance; Office L&T in Economics & Business; AccountingFactors affecting educational innovation with in class electronic response systems, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, vol.23,(2),2007,pp 149-170
2010Improving learning and teaching through a multi-institutional, discipline-specific projectFreeman, Mark; Hancock, Phil; Simpson, Lyn; Sykes, Chris; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessImproving learning and teaching through a multi-institutional, discipline-specific project, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, vol.32, 2,pp 173-184
2008Improving teaching and learning through discipline-specific support modelsFreeman, Mark; Johnston, C; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessImproving teaching and learning through discipline-specific support models, International Journal of Management Education, vol.7,(1),2008,pp 61-71
2006Improving Teamwork and Engagement: the case for self and peer assessmentFreeman, Mark; Willey, Keith; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessImproving Teamwork and Engagement: the case for self and peer assessment, Australasian Journal of Engineering Education, vol.2006-02,(N/A),2006,pp 1-19
2006Iterative learning: self and peer assessment of group workFreeman, Mark; Hutchinson, Diane; Sykes, Christopher; Treleaven, Lesley; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Economics; Office L&T in Economics & Business; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessIterative learning: self and peer assessment of group work, Proceedings of the 23rd annual conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning inTertiary Education: Who’s learning? Whose technology?, vol.1,(),2006,pp 257-266
2013Milking MOOC's: Towards the Right Blend in Accounting EducationFreeman, Mark; Hancock, Phil; AccountingMilking MOOC's: Towards the Right Blend in Accounting Education, Academic Leadership series, vol.4, N/A, 2013,pp 86-100
2016Professional Associations, Accreditation and Higher Education: Foundations for Future RelationsFreeman, Mark; Evans, Elaine; AccountingProfessional Associations, Accreditation and Higher Education: Foundations for Future Relations, Academic Leadership Series, vol.7, N/A, 2016,pp 63-76
2005Promoting interactive in-class learning environments: A comparison of an electronic response system with a traditional alternativeBlayney, Paul; Freeman, Mark; Accounting; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessPromoting interactive in-class learning environments: A comparison of an electronic response system with a traditional alternative, Innovation for student engagement in economics - 11th Australasian Teaching Economics Conference (ATEC11), vol.CD-ROM,(),2005,pp 23-34